Start by reading the ODE documentation. It will help your
understanding of joints.
Make sure your set the axis so that the joint can move properly. Look
at the Pioneer models and the Gripper (this one is probably most
helpful) model for examples.
On Wed, 23 Jun 2004 13:42:49 +0200, Daniel Poza Zamarr=F3n
> Hello, I'm trying to make some complexes joins. I'm trying to make an arm=
> a robot (with its hand).
> I've not seen any examples with "chained" joins. For example, I need to m=
> a join between both arms parts, another between the arm and the hands,
> another between each part of the hand..
> When I use a simple join between two bodies (for example, the "elbow" joi=
> with two arm parts). it works with a HingeJoint. But if I try to make
> someting like:
> Body_A <-1->Body_B<-2->Body_C<-3->Body_D
> Where: <-1-> Is a HingeJoint attaching Body_A and Body_B
> <-2-> Is a Hinge Joint attaching Body_B and Body_C
> <-3-> Is a hinge Joint attaching Body_C and Body_D
> If I change the parameter "paramvel" on <-2-> , for example, it won't mov=
> for each join, I set the anchor (SetAnchor) in the point where the join i=
> If you don't understand my explanation I can send you my code..
> Thank you
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